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Zimbabwe: National Dress to Lift Identity, Pride

By Elita Chikwati The new national dress was endorsed by President Mnangagwa who sees it fostering a sense of patriotism, national identity, sovereignty and pride among Zimbabweans. First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa officially launched the national fabric in Harare yesterday at the provincial level and the event was embraced by …

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Zimbabwe: Freedom, the Glow in the Independence Flame

By Elliot Ziwira Situated about 7km to the west of the city centre of Harare is a rich valley. In this vale lies a hill at the summit of which is a tower that bears an eternally flickering flame. Persistently glowing from a 40-metre obelisk, the flame catches the traveller’s …

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Zimbabwe: First Lady Praises Teams for National Dress Designs

By Tendai Rupapa The national dress plays a symbolic role in the preservation of national values, culture and identity, as seen yesterday during the provincial launch of the national fabric spearheaded by First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa. Unlike other countries in the region, Zimbabwe was among the few without their national …

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Zimbabwe: Journey of 41 Years – Worth Our Celebration

OPINION By Tinashe Nyamushanya Tomorrow, the nation celebrates Independence Day. It is good that we are youth who grew up in an environment that has already been made perfect for us. No need to adjust or adapt to the environment, everything was made perfect for us. We found Zimbabwe with …

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Zimbabwe: Zim Surgeons to Help in Other Countries

Zimbabwean surgeons have been authorised to help separate conjoined twins from Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon following international endorsements of the country’s processes. The appeal from the two countries follows the successful operations carried out at Sally Mugabe Central Hospital early this year and another in 2014. Minister of Health and …

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